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In my previous post I highlighted a hike to Phlox Point, the summit of Hardy Ridge in the west end of the Columbia River Gorge.
There were many wildflowers in bloom, too many for one post. In this post I highlight the colorful wildflowers seen along the trail.
There were honeysuckles, tiger lilies, orange columbine, nodding onion, penstemon, larkspur and daises to be seen.
At least four varieties of butterflies were flitting from wildflower to wildflower, and several hummingbirds were doing the same.
It’s easy to see why the Columbia River Gorge is famous for its colorful wildflowers.